Author Topic: 【F】《The Shenyang Mint the early coins minted above the traces》investigatory  (Read 7500 times)

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Offline Panda Halves

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Poconopenn,
This minting description makes sense with some of the articles I have read recently.
Concerning the way older pandas were minted I came across some interesting vocabulary.
"以凹作凸"
I translated it as the use of the "Concave to Convey Convex."
Does that make sense?

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Poconopenn,
This minting description makes sense with some of the articles I have read recently.
Concerning the way older pandas were minted I came across some interesting vocabulary.
"以凹作凸"
I translated it as the use of the "Concave to Convey Convex."
Does that make sense?

Yes, the production die is the negative impression of the coin.

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Upload of missing pictures from OP found here: http://71ee.bqcoin.com/read-htm-tid-1798.html